Pacific Tree West and Eccotopia Look to Swaziland for Future Development of Megafolia

Cape Town, South Africa (PressExposure) September 06, 2013 -- Julian Moses, president of Symphony Trade and Investment 57 (Pty) Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Eccotopia Ltd., has announced that Eccotopia and Pacific Tree West, in joint venture for the marketing, development and implementation of Megafolia© tree plantations worldwide, are considering various locations within the Kingdom of Swaziland for the further development of their plantation projects. The Kingdom of Swaziland is a landlocked country in southern Africa, bordered to the north, south and west by South Africa, and to the east by Mozambique.

Swaziland's economy is diversified, including agriculture, forestry and mining, the manufacturing of textiles, and sugar-related processing. The Swazi economy is very closely linked to the South African economy, from which it receives over 90% of its imports and to which it sends about 70% of its exports. Swaziland's other key trading partners are the United States and the EU, from whom the country has received trade preferences for apparel exports.

The Megafolia© tree has been designed to provide a particularly broad variety of uses including the phytoremediation of ground water and topsoil. Megafolia© trees are also an excellent source for the production of biofuel, the production of timber from which a wide variety of timber products can be developed, biomass-to-energy production, as well as for carbon sequestration. The broad range of uses for this fast-growing tree will enable the formation of a wide variety of new job possibilities in any regions in which Megafolia© plantations are established.

Upon the successful implementation of projects, Eccotopia founded and developed on the basis of over 30 years of research and development in the fields of forestry, farming, business and agricultural investments with a focus on sustainability, will have the exclusive marketing and development rights in specified geographic territories or regions, including the Republic of South Africa.

About Pacific Tree West, LLC

Pacific Tree West, LLC has developed proprietary genetics and methodologies in agro-forestry of the Megafolia© Paulownia tree, and these Agro-forestry methodologies take advantage of the methods, science, and technologies of agri-business and apply them to the business of raising forests for commercial uses, including Phytoremediation, carbon sequestration, biofuel and energy production. Projects are developed to meet the needs of the community, state or country in their efforts to create economic development initiatives including job creation, infrastructure development and educational opportunities.

Eccotopia has developed a number of significant strategic alliances with environmental industry partners. We offer not only innovative, patented technologies of our own, but also an unmatched ability to provide experienced, objective third-party testing and evaluation of new technologies and cutting-edge approaches to site remediation, decentralization, forestation programs and pollution control.

We understand the dynamics of combining ecological and environmental improvements with industrialization and profitability. We have begun to explore linkages between ecology and economics, looking to create new kinds of partnerships and enterprise out of environmental protection and restoration initiatives. Eccotopia's principal commitments are to our partners and the environment.

Eccotopia, Ltd. Is a BVI Corporation with offices in the Republic of South Africa. ISIN # VGG2922031090

About Eccotopia, Ltd.

Website: http://www.eccotopia.com


For more information on Eccotopia, Ltd., please contact:

Richard Kruger at Client Services

Ground Floor, Liesbeek House

Gloucester Road, River Park

Mowbray, Cape Town 7700

Republic of South Africa

Tel: +27-21-680-5252

Fax: +27-11-881-5611


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Press Release Submitted On: September 06, 2013 at 5:59 am
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